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Sweet dreams! With this cute mobile, your little sweetheart will sleep well protected and If you do not have a branch on hand you can also use a wooden stick from the hardware store. Read on to see how to make this adorable decoration for your nursery.

images: ©Jan Schmiedel

MATERIALS:
+ Cotton fabric pink
+ Fiberfil
+ Thread
+ virgin wool yarn
+ Scissors
+ Hand sewing needle
+ Pins
+ Point turner
+ Wooden stick
+ Trick marker
+ Pom-Pom maker
+ Template (download here for FREE)


Baby Mobile DIY STEPS 1 2


Step 1: Draw the star on the wrong side of the fabric, then put the fabric right sides together and stitch along the shape with a small stitch. Leave an opening of approx. 3 cm for turning.

Step 2: Cut back the seam allowance to approx. 2 mm and carefully cut in the corners. Then turn to the right side.

Baby Mobile DIY STEPS 3 4


Step 3: Form and iron corners with the point turner, then stuff star with fiberfil and close the opening by hand.

Step 4: Draw the cloud shape on the right side of the fabric, and embroider the eyes and nose by hand, knot the threads well.

Baby Mobile DIY STEPS 5 6


Step 5: Place fabric right sides together and stitch along the shape marking with a small stitch. Again, leave an opening of approx. 3 cm for turning.

Step 6: Trim seam allowance back to approx. 2 mm and carefully cut in the corners. Turn the cloud, iron, stuff with fiberfil and close the opening by hand.

Baby Mobile DIY STEPS 7 8


Step 7: Make pompoms in different colors with the pom-pom maker.

Step 8: Lay out all sewn pieces and the pompoms in the desired order, thread them with wool and tie them together. Finally attach to the rod.

Baby Mobile DIY FINISHED


FINISHED! Use an assortment of fabric and yarn colors to match your nursery’s color scheme.

Need some new little baby clothes as well to fill the baby’s wardrobe? Check out these ones:

Baby Mobile DIT PATTERNS
top left: Baby Overalls; top right: Baby Jumper; bottom left: Sailor Dress; bottom right: Baby Hooded Towel


Happy DIYing!

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